Posted On: 05/31/18 12:54 PM

NY Rens Jalen Lecque: There’s not much you can say about the performances that he has put together, he is a freakish athlete with crafty handle and the ability to score the ball at a very high rate.

Flight 22 Guard Talton Jones: Still one of the most underrated players in the state recruiting wise, he has been on an absolute mission over the last few months. His team has won a ton of games, and he has shown that he should be getting much more interest from LM and MM programs.

Game Elite Guard Josh Nickelberry: Look for him to move up in our next set of rankings, he continues to do what he does best which is score the ball at a nice level. A player that can knock down shots off the catch and off the bounce, as well as make plays above the rim. Around 40 school have offered thus far so it will be interesting to see how the whole decision process shakes out for him over the next few months.

Team CP3 Guard Wendell Moore: The #1 ranked prospect in the state for 2019,he is already known by just about everyone. He has hit the ground running for CP3 in the EYBL circuit and is averaging just over 17 PPG in this very tough league.

Garner Road Guard Shykiem Phillips: He has put up some impressive numbers during his high school seasons at South Central HS and is now a player that colleges are tracking and offering. With nice size at the PG spot, he causes all types of problems for players and will be one that you could see blow up even more in July recruiting wise.

Team ENC Guard Jahmari Harvey: After making the move over to Team ENC, he has hit the ground running, in their first tournament he put together some bigtime performances including some highlights that were all over the internet. Look out for him to have a nice July and to possibly turn the head of some more coaches.

Team Felton Guard Audiese Toney: He’s been a player that has improved nicely over the last few years, he simply has put in the work and the results have come. He has the size, skill, toughness and competitive edge that you like to see, he’s taken some visits to ACC programs so we won’t be surprised if he lands at one of those.

Team Wall Guard El Ellis: We have seen him a few times over the last months and each time he’s played well. He can handle pressure, score the ball and does a nice job of getting his teammate involved, MM and HM programs have shown high interest in him.